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Thursday, February 20, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven LEISURE LINE Concluded from p. 3 OPALS- SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAMS (Older People with Active Life Styles) SENIOR CITIZEN EXERCISE Everyone age 55 and older is invited to attend a free exercise program that will include stretching and ton- ing. We will meet at the Norwalk Christian Church lo- cated at 701 Main St. This program will run until the end of May. Days: Monday and Thursday, Time: 10- 10:30 a.m. SENIOR CITIZEN WII BOWLING Do you miss the game of bowling? Not quite as spry as you used to be. We invite you to try the game of Wii bowling. This game mimics actions performed in real life bowling without having to travel to a bowling alley. Each week teams will be assigned for those who show up and we will have a little competition. This program will continue until March. (Will take off during the holi- days.) Place: Norwalk Public Safety Bldg; Time: Thurs- days, 1:30-3 p.m. WELL-SEASONED POTLUCK (The meat as well as the people) All are invited, age 55 or older, to attend a potluck dinner to enjoy and socialize with the Parks and Recre- ation staff. Meat, tableware and coffee/beverage are pro- vided. Dust off the cookbooks and be creative to bring a side dish and/or dessert to share with everyone. After the meal we will have some form of entertainment from local talent. Let us know your email address and we will send out reminders with what meat we plan to have on that day. Call the office to register two days before the event. Dates: March 7; Time: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.; Place: Norwalk Public Safety Building. If money is your hope for independence you will never have it. The only real security that a man will have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience and ability. -Henry Ford An Affordable Answer To A Knotty Problem (NAPS)--Thanks to the ingenuity of a mother of three young girls there's good news for parents tired of tryi ag to tame their children's long hair. Her insight--which came after years of struggling with her own daughter's hair-- resulted in a hairbrush no bigger than the palm of a hand that makes most hair knots disappear and at a fraction of the cost of other less effective products. A mother Of three came up with a brush no bigger than the palm of a hand that makes most hair knots and tangles disappear. Rikki Mor's invention is called the Knot Genie. Its effectiveness has to do with the varying lengths of teeth on the brush. When brush- ing, the bristles gently bend to unravel even the most stubborn knots. The brush has achieved something of a cult following among many celebrities and consumers who have tried it. One woman even said it transformed her life by mak- ing a difference in her daugh- ter's behavior by eliminat- ing morning battles over hair brushing. This powerful detangling brush comes in three sizes: Original Knot Genie, Teeny Genie (travel sized) and Genie , Supreme (with handle grip). To learn more, visit www. KnotGenie.com. The pneumatic tire was invented by John Boyd Dun- lop in 1888 for use on push-bikes. Boyd also invented the word "pneumatic" OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Notice of Sheriff's Levy and Sale WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE PO BOX 337, INDIANOLA, IA 50125 (515) 961-1122 IN THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY STATE OF IOWA ) Docket No. (Sale No.) 14-0402(1)" ) SS Court No. EQCV034780 WARREN COUNTY ) PLAINTIFF: BANK OF THE WEST, A CALIFORNIA BANKING CORPORATION VS. DEFENDANT: SOUTHARD, MARY BERNADINE DEFENDANT: SOUTHARD, MARY BERNADINE SPOUSE OF DEFENDA .NT: ANDERSON, JOHN RICHARD DEFENDANT: ANDERSON, JOHN RICHARD SPOUSE OF DEFENDANT: MIDLAND FUNDING NCC-2 DEFENDANT: PORTFOLIO RECOVERY ASSOC LLC DEFENDANT: PARTIES IN POSSESSION DEFENDANT: SOUTHARD. BUNNY DEFENDANT: SOUTHARD, BUNNY SPOUSE OF NOTICE OF LEVY As a result of the judgment rendered In the above referenced court case, an execution was Issued by the court to the Sheriff of this county. The execution ordered the sale of defendant(s) dgtlts, title, and Interest in Real Estate Property to satisfy the judgment. The property to be sold is: PARCEL "C" OF THE SURVEY OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 76 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST OF THE 5TH P.M WARREN COUNTY, IOWA, AS SHOWN IN IRREGULAR PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE 2 OF 76-25 IN THE OFFICE OF THE WARREN COUNTY RECORDER AND PARCEL M IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 76 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST OF THE 5TH P.M WARREN COUNTY, IOWA AS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 76 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST OF THE 5TH P.M WARREN COUNTY, IOWA; THENCE S 89 DEGREES 14' 53" E 432.25 FEET TO THE NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE HIGHWAY 28; THENCE S 46 DEGREES 24' 54" W 150 FEET ALONG LAST SAID NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF- WAY LINE; THENCE N 46 DEGREES 06' 06" W 127.82 FEET; THENCE N 89 DEGREES 14' 53" W 416.09 FEET TO THE EAST LINE OF PARCEL C; THENCE N 1 DEGREE 06' 29" E 15.01 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING Street Address: 7754 28 HIGHWAY, PROLE, IOWA 50229 The described properly will be offered for sale at public auction for cash only as follows: Date of Sale Time of SaJe Place of Sale 03/13/2014 10:00 AM Warren County Courthouse East Doors X This sale not subject to redemption. / J Property exemption: Certain money or property may be exempt. Contact your attorney promp~ to review specific provisions of the law and file appropriate notice, if applicable. Judornent Amt Costs Accrulna Costs Interest Attorney $194,453.82 PLUS 7.49% of $192,503.82 CAMILLE R HAWK from 08/23/2013 = (402) 330-6300 $7,979.57 Date Sheriff 02/11/2014 Brian S. Vos Tips On Managing Cholesterol With Diet And Exercise (NAPS)---There's actually some good news for those at risk for heart disease. Experts say there are sev- eral risk factors for heart dis- ease that can be controlled through a combination of behavior and diet. One of the more important of these fac- tors is blood cholesterol. Cholesterol can build up in our arteries and cause blood flow to be restricted. This can raise blood pressure and strain the heart; it also raises risk of developing heart attacks and strokes. Here are some tips that can help you man- age your cholesterol: Know Your Numbers Stay on top of your health by getting your important numbers checked regularly by a doctor o~ a nurse. These include blood cho- lesterol, LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, BMI (body mass index) and blood pressure. Total Cholesterol--If your total cholesterol is less than 200 mg/dL, your risk for heart attack is thought to be relatively low. LDL Cholesterol--This is your "bad" cholesterol and is one~ of the most important numbers for determining your risk for heart ~. The ideal level is less than 100 mg/dL. HDL Cholesterol--This is your "good" cholesterol and ideally is greater than 60 mg/dL. Blood Pressure--Blood pressure is the measure of the blood as it pushes against the arteries in your body. A desir- able blood pressure is 120/80 mm Hg. Get Moving Another way to help man- age your cholesterol is to get The American tlesrt Asaockt- tion recommends a heart- healthy diet as one way to your chok e . some physical activity every day to help keep your heart strong. Regular exercise also helps to boost your levels of HDL. It can also help to maintain a healthy weight, which makes your heart's job eas- ier while lowering stress. Chronic stress can strain the heart, just like extra weight. Try healthy ways to vent stress, such as breath- ing exercises. Diet And Cholesterol The American Heart As- sociation recommends a heart-healthy diet as one way to help manage your choles- terol. Such a diet includes: Fruits prepared with lit- tie or no added sugar, fat or salt; Vegetables prepared with little or no added sugar, fat or salt; ~an meats and poultry; Soy protein: soy milk or soy meat analogs; Fish: Preferably fish with ~healthy fats," such as salmon or tuna, baked, broiled, grilled or boiled--but not fried; Dairy: Low-fat or fat- free milk (1 percent or skim), low-fat yogurt, low-fat cheese; Whole grains: cereals, breads, pastas and tortillas made with whole grain, and brown rice; Oats, which contain sol- uble fiber that can help soak up some cholesterol and pre- vent it from being absorbed by your digestive tract Eating foods made from oats, such as Cheerios, may help lower cholesterol. Here is a recipe that uses Cheerios as part of a heart- healthy snack. You can pack individual servings of this snack in small containers or plastic bags for family mem- bers who are on the go. On-the-Run Cereal Snack Prep Time: 5 Minutes Start to Finish: 5 Minutes 4 cups Honey Nut Cheerios* cereal 1 cup salted peanuts 1 cup raisins I cup chocolate chips 1. In large bowl m. reseal- able food-storage plastic bag, stir all ingredients. 2. Store in airtight container. 14 Servings. (1/2 cup eac.h) 1 Serving: Calories 210 (Calories from Fat 90); Total Fat 10g (Satur- ated Fat 3g); Cholesterol .Sodium ll0mg; Potas- sium 240rag; Total Carbo- hydrate 26g (Dietary Fiber 3g); Protein 5g To learn more, visit www.mypyramid.gov, www. cheerios.corrdforAdults/chol esterol/cholesterol home. aspx and www.american heart.org Flavorful, Nutritious And Versatile: Enjoying The Goodness Of Grains (NAPS)--With one look ~ "ii. down the grocery store aisle or a quick glance at a restau- rant menu, it's clear that whole-grain options are pop- ping up everywhere. From quinoa to buckwheat and farro to freekeh, the number of grain possibilities is grow- ing, leaqing home cooks and ~::~;::~ : ~:::. ::::?~:::;" " " ~ diners puzzled by how to After they are cooked, whole choose the right one and grains stay fresh for several know how to prepare it. days in the refrigerator.You Not only do whole grains can cook a large pot of provide an array ofhealthben- brown rice or quinos and efits, but they can also be an use it throughout the week exceJlent base for bearty disbes to save cooking time. that taste great and are remarkably filling. Whether fast throughout the week. featured in a salad, formed Add quinoa to lunchtime sal- into a patty as a vegeterian ads--add the dressing in ad- burger option, warmed up for vance so the grain fully breakfast, or used as the base absorbs the flavors of the of a thick stew, grains are dish. For dinner, add wheat extremely versatile and can berries or barley to soups for be enjoyed as part of break- a hearty, filling meal. fast, lunch, dinner or dessert. Resist the urge to stir "Chefs are always looking grains as they are cooking. for creative ways to bring Stirring causes whole grains, their ceokingto the next level, especially rice, to become and thanks to the versatility sticky and clump together, of grains, chefs can use them making it difficult to prepare in countless ways to bring a fluffy, flavorful dish. new twists to classic dishes,~ After they are cooked, says Chef Kirk Bachmann, whole grains stay fresh for president of Le Cordon Bleu several days in the refriger- College of Culinary Arts in ator. You can cook a large pot Chicago. "A~ Le Cordon Bleu, of brewn rlce or qulnoa at the we educate our students on beginning of the week and a range of trendy and classic use it in dishes throughout ingredients and teach them the week to save cooking the skills and techniques to time. create delicious yet whole- "If you're looking for more some meals.~ creative ways to incorporate Although cooking with grains into your cooking or grains can seem like a daunt- want to sharpen your skills ing task, the chef instructors in the kitchen, I suggest at Le Cordon Bleu encour- attending the Le Cordon age home cooks to soak their Bleu-Bleu Ribbon Kitchen long-cooking grains, whether workshops,~ says Chef for a few hours or overnight, Bachmann. "They're offered to minimize the cooking time. at our campuses around the This also ensures that any country, and foodies can step resin left on the grain that inside our kitchens and can cause a bitter taste will learn from Le Cordon Bleu get washed off. chef instructors." The chef instructors at Le Meanwhile, you may care Cordon Bleu College of to try this recipe: Culinary Arts share the fol- lowing tips for choosing and Quinoa Spinach Souffid preparing whole grains: " Whole-grain options can Ingredients: be customized for each meal Olive oil cooking of the day. Make a big batch spray of steel-cut oats on Sunday Bread crumbs evening and eat it for break- 1 lb. spinach leaves 2 tsp. olive oil I yellow onion, peeled and diced 2 cloves garlic, peeled and minced 1 Tbsp. picked fresh thyme leaves 1 tsp. finely chopped fresh rosemary tsp. crushed red pep- per flakes 2 cups cooked quinoa (1 cup uncooked quinoa), made according to pack- age directions 1 cup cottage cheese tsp. freshly ground black pepper cup Parmesan cheese 2 large eggs, lightly beaten Directions: Preheat oven to 350 . Spray an 8-by~-inch glass baking dish with olive oil spray. Coat dish with bread crumbs and set aside. Fill a large bowl with ice and water and set aside. Bring a medium pot of water to a boil And add spinach. Blanch until bright green, about 10-12 seconds, and immediately transfer to ice batlL When spinach is cold, remove from ice bath, squeeze out all water and finely chop; set aside. In a medium saut~ pan, heat olive oil and add onion, garlic, thyme, rose- mary and red pepper flakes. Sau~ until translu- cent and remove from heat; transf to a medium bowL Add spinach, quinoa, cottage cheese, pepper, Parmesan cheese and eggs to the onion mixture and stir until combined. Pour the mixture into the baking dish and place in the oven. Bake until set and edges are brown, 60 to 70 minutes. Slice and serve warm or at room temperature. To learn more about Le Cordon Bleu check out www.chefs, edu.